Authur Eyrich Presents: Money Matters

  • 23 Sep 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DVRC 2051 West Northern Ave STE 200, Phoenix AZ 85021


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This workshop is for interpreters who want to work on their voicing skills especially in the area of numbers. There will be extensive use of classifiers to describe various aspects of finance, i.e.; spread sheets, supply and demand, how much business should invest in employees and the cost of overhead, as well as IRA’s, planning for the future, and much more. Each participant will pair up with another interpreter and take turns voicing. No one will be in the ‘hot’ seat. There will be opportunities to ask questions and clarify signs that you may have missed.  Lots of fingerspelling practice. This workshop will be presented in ASL, no voice interpretation will be provided.

Arthur Eyrich is a deaf adult, with 2 Bachelor’s  degrees. He earned his first degree in Electrical Engineering, from Cal Poly University (1984), and he earned his 2nd degree in Economics from ASU (2013). He has been married for 33 years to Lynn, a CODA, and they have 4 (twenty something) children, three of whom are deaf. He is a frequent user of sign language interpreters and has a deep seated interest in providing sign-to- voice practice for interpreters who are interested in refining their voicing skills. 


Arizona Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

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